WHEAT GRASS JUICE
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© November 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Fresh wheat grass juice up to twice a week can be a substitute for carrot juice on a development program.
HOW MUCH WHEAT GRASS IS NEEDED?
Have one or two ounces of fresh wheat grass juice. Frozen or dried wheat grass are not as good.
IS THIS BETTER THAN CARROT JUICE OR GREEN JUICE?
It is not better than carrot juice. However, it can be substituted twice a week for carrot juice.
Green juices. Please do not drink green juice. It is much too yin. That is why we do not recommend it. Drinking green juice, or too much of any juice, will make the body too yin, and this is always harmful, no matter what other benefits the juice offers.
CAN ONE MAKE WHEAT GRASS AT HOME?
It is possible. It is a bit of work to make it at home. One must first grow or buy the wheat grass. Some health food stores offer the grass, or it is possible to learn how to grow it yourself.
Once you have the wheat grass, only certain juicers will make wheat grass juice. One can buy either a manual or a motorized wheat grass juicer. The manual wheat grass juicer is a bit of work to use. Among the motorized juicers, the Green Star juicer will work. Most other juicers used to make carrot and other juices will not work.
CAN I SUBSTITUTE OTHER JUICES INSTEAD OF WHEAT?
No. For this purpose, only wheat grass seems to work.
HOW ABOUT EATING WHEAT SPROUTS OR REJUVELAC, WHICH IS MADE OF FERMENTED WHEAT SPROUTS
Please do not eat either of these. They do not have the same benefits. Also, Rejuvelac is extremely yin because it is a fermented product, so it is best avoided.